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Unformatted text preview: 55g c. What if I want to make 17 grams of dinitrogen trioxide and I know the reaction proceeds with a 72% yield. How many grams of nitrogen and oxygen should I start with? 17g actual yield 23.6g theo yield N 2 O 3 8.7g nitrogen, 15g oxygen 2) Adapted from Exam 1, Fall 2004 Iron reacts with oxygen to produce an iron oxide compound in approximate 100% yield. A plot of moles iron reacted (Y) vs. moles phosphorous reacted (X) yields a straight line with a slope of 2.0 that passes through the origin. What is the chemical formula of the iron oxide compound that is produced? No credit will be given unless I can tell how you got your answer i.e., show all your work. FeO...
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